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Marc Bartra trains with Borussia Dortmund team-mates for first time since breaking wrist in terrifying bus bomb blast

Spanish centre-back was raring to get going again after a month out following surgery on his right arm

MARC BARTRA was raring to get going again after recovering from a broken wrist sustained in Borussia Dortmund’s shock bus bomb attack.

The Spanish centre-back had to undergo surgery to mend the radial bone in his right arm last month.

Today he returned to full training with the Bundesliga side.

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Bartra posted an update to his Instagram, writing: “I’ve been looking forward to this moment for weeks! So happy to be here today.

“Can’t wait to compete again next to my team mates! C’mon!!”

He added: “One of the moments that most expected after all. Happy to train with the team and more eager than ever to play again!”

Borussia Dortmund's bus had it's windows shattered as a bomb exploded nearby

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Borussia Dortmund’s bus had it’s windows shattered as a bomb exploded nearby

Bartra, 26, was the sole casualty of the terrifying explosion which damaged Dortmund’s team coach ahead of their Champions League quarter-final clash against Monaco.

Police in Germany charged a man suspected of being behind the Dortmund bus attack.

Prosecutors say he was a market trader hoping to profit if the price of shares in the team fell.

Bartra, wearing a cast on his right arm, looked to be in good nick as he updated his followers on his training pictures.